A combined Ash Wednesday Service at 7:00 p.m. with St. Andrew’s United Methodist and Bethany United Methodist Churches. It will be held at St. Andrew’s.
Communion will be served.
St. Andrew’s address is 102 Lower Market Street, Milton.
Anyone who wants to celebrate the beginning of Lent is welcome to join with us.
Anyone who acknowledges Christ as their personal Savior may participate in Communion.
St. Andrew’s has established an informal Veterans Organization that is not affiliated with any organized Veterans Organizations.The meetings consist of discussions regarding veteran / historical issues and are presented by guest speakers. All Veterans are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments are served.
All meetings begin at 7:00 p.m
Any questions please feel free to contact Don Emory – 570-847-6430
First Sunday of the Month from October through May/June there is a congregational meal after the morning church service.
If you are able please bring place settings for yourself and your family.
If possible please bring a covered dish. Meat is provided.
If you forgot your place settings and find you want to stay, see the Fellowship Meal committee and they will provide you with settings.
Also, you can give a monetary contribution if you did not bring a covered dish. But you do not have to bring a covered dish or contribute monetarily in order to stay, eat and fellowship with us.
Bible Study 1 is held in the conference room inside the church office at 6:00 p.m.
Pastor Dale Hippensteel is leading a study on the book of 1st Peter.
All are welcome. People from the community are welcome to study with us.
Bible Study 2 in Room 204 at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in the Adult Sunday School Area.
Led by Carol Clewell.
All are welcome.
A time of Bible study and breakfast together.
On the 4th Saturday of the month a Women’s Bible study is held at St. Andrew’s U. M. Church.
All women are invited and welcome.
Time: 8:30 a.m in the church social hall.
Arnella Wilver is the teacher.
Bring a friend and join us.
Stephen Ministers work alongside our pastors to care, encourage, and provide emotional and spiritual support to people who are going through a difficult time, such as divorce, grief, hospitalization, unemployment, terminal illness, relocation, chronic illness, or loneliness.
If you are in need of the confidential help of a Stephen Minister please call Larry Gray at 570-765-4588 or Pastor Dale Hippensteel at 570-742-2000; extension 303.
If you have gifts for caring, encouragement, and listening, please begin to prayerfully consider whether you might want to be part of this exciting ministry.Ever thought about becoming a Stephen Minister?
To find out more about Stephen Ministry, and how you or someone you know can be matched with a Stephen Minister, contact Larry Gray.